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Wholesale 006C PCIe PCI-E PCI Express Riser Card 1x to 16x USB 3.0 Cable Adapter SATA to 4Pin IDE Molex 6 pin for Bitcoin Mining

we wholesale PCIe risers card for Miner Bitcoin ETH BTC. hope hear from you.
best regards, [email protected]
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Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x Standard Length with molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin

Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x Standard Length with molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Lot of 2 Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x w/ molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin

Lot of 2 Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x w/ molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x ExtraLong w/ molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin

Powered PCIe Riser Cable 1x to 16x ExtraLong w/ molex is for sale on for Bitcoin and Litecoin submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

[USA-IL][H]Super Micro Server w/10x4TB WD Reds, 6U GPU mining chassis, Lian Li PC-06s case, EVGA Supernova 1600w PSU, some free stuff[W] PayPal, Local Cash

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Qty Item Price
1 Supermicro SC846 Dual Xeon e5-2650v3 Custom Server w/10x 4TB Reds, 24x drive sleds $800 OBO Local Cash
1 0 Lian Li PC-06S includes screws and rubber HDD mounts, etc etc. Made a minor mod to the case to fit AIO at the top. $100 + shipping/packaging, local preferred
1 0 EVGA Supernova 1600 G2 PayPal $200 shipped OBO
1 0 Pentium core i3-7100 w/cooler free + shipping
2 0 (cooler & box only) Ryzen 7 2700x free + shipping
1 6U GPU Bitcoin Mining Rig Server Case – w/6 Chassis fans w/dropdown backplate, 6x PCI-E 16x to 1x Risers & USB cables $100 + shipping/packaging, local preferred
1 Server in 10 bay Rosewill Chassis Local/Cash only
Supermicro SC846 Dual Xeon e5-2650v3 Custom Server
Everything is in Excellent Physical and Working Condition. Drives were powered on 24/7 from
Parts List Description
Supermicro SC846 Chassis (24 bay) Includes all 24 drive sleds
Supermicro PDB Upgraded Power distributor board for dual CPU
Supermicro 920w Super Quiet The regular PSU is too loud so upgraded
2x Intel Xeon e5-2650v3 Dual engineering samples 10c/20t each
2x Noctua NH-U9DXi4
4x 8GB Samsung DDR4-2133 REG ECC 32GB REG ECC Memory perfect for ZFS
3x LS 9211-8i Flashed to IT firmware
5x Noctua AF-A8 PWM Upgraded chassis fans to Noctuas
10 x WD 4TB Red (not shucked) Purchased 11-2014 from Newegg/Amazom
1x NvidiaGT 1030

EVGA Supernova 1600 G2
Standard cables:
Extra Cables:
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Best Dedicated [email protected] motherboard?

So I've been looking into building a dedicated 24/7 [email protected] PC to be running even after this whole pandemic. I've been into Folding much before this whole fiasco started, including other similar projects such as [email protected], [email protected] and ect.
All I have been doing is using my gaming PC to run when I'm not using it. But I would like to build a dedicated system with 4 Radeon RX 560's running 24/7. But the problem is, which motherboard do I even use? I'm not looking to spend $300 on a 4 pciE 16x slot motherboard, and I can't use one of those bitcoin mining boards with a bunch of 1x pciE slots since [email protected] likes at least 4x slots.
Anyone have any insight on which motherboard to choose?
I was looking at the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC D+. Would this be possible to use for Folding?
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My Beginnings


My Current Rack Setup

So, this is the first time I've ever done a post like this to homelab and I wanted to give as much detail as possible.
For this, i'm going to work my way left to right, top to bottom.
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certain PCI-E slots unstable after reboot without pulling the plug, super weird, anyone been in a similar situation?

this is super weird, and took a long time to figure out (after first thinking it was everything else, risers, PSU, GPU, motherboard, ..)
on this picture, the pci-e slots marked in green are always stable. the ones marked with red, are stable if the electricity was pulled prior to reboot, but if the electricity was not pulled out prior to reboot, then they have about a 50% chance of being stable/unstable. at first i thought it was a bad bios overclock, so i reverted to stock bios, then i replaced the risers, then i thought it was a bad PSU, replaced it, then maybe a bad motherboard, so i replaced it. but it is the exact same situation with the brand new motherboard/PSU/riser. the PSUs are super-high-end, 2x Corsair AX1600i, Corsair's flagship (best) 1600W 80+ Titanium PSUs. the motherboard is Asus B250 Mining Expert, updated to firmware version 1205. the risers are Dayspirit 009S (and i'm not using the sata->pci-e converters to power the riser, i'm using these pci-e splitter cables instead, but also tried with a different 008S riser model from a different manufacturer, didn't help), the GPUs are 10x different RX580's (2x Aorus RX580, 5x Asus Dual RX580 OC, 1x Asus ROG Strix RX580, 1x PowerColor Red Devil RX580, 1x Maxsun RX580, all 8GB GRAM models),
anyone experienced anything like this? any idea what's happening?
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Do you think this can work for a bitcoin Miner?

Hello, I like to test out Bitcoin Mining so i like to know can all of this work with GUIMiner , using two XFX Radeon RX 460 Double Dissipation 4GB , I have find out using AMD GPU's got more power and nvidia ones , And i need one PCI-E PCIE Express 1x to 16x two run more and just one GPU.
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New to mining, just discovered this Reddit. Rig ok?

TL;DR: look at my component list, is it ok? Or did I butcher it?
So after a few years of trading through exchanges (coinbase) and making a bit of cash from latest Bitcoin surge (not much, like others I sold thinking it would tank again, but hey, it's cash I didn't have before). I decided to make jump to mining. Never really use Reddit. So never knew there were communities on here for it.
Read reviews, guides, and forums elsewhere, and came up with / bought hardware for a rig. Plan on having it up and running before New year. Just wanted to check with some experts if I did ok, or if I made some bad choices. Open to suggestions and advice. Thanks in advance!
CPU : Intel CPU BX80662G3900 Celeron G390
MoBo: Biostar Motherboard TB250-BTC 1151
Risers (6 pack to have spares and room to expand) : Mailiya 6-Pack PCIe Dual Chip PCI-E 16x to 1x Powered Riser Adapter Card w/ 60cm USB 3.0
RAM (from what I understand 4gb will be plenty, I'm going to try my hand at Linux, but if that doesn't work out I have a win7 license I can use): Ballistix Sport LT 4GB Single DDR4 2666
I also already have some other equipment I plan on utilizing, a couple push buttons for power, a power usage monitor I have had for bit, but will work for this purpose. I also have an unused 120gb SSD that should work just fine, And I managed to snag an open air frame that someone must have given to a pawn shop, I found it there and recognized what it was, even though they had it labeled as a "server rack" technically true I guess) it came complete NiB for 100$ and retails for 160$ on Amazon, I was going to use an old tower I had laying around, but figured this was worth investment, it's a: Veddha 6 GPU Minercase V3C Aluminum
Finally, the bread and butter, 3 identical GPUs, brand new (I had an option for used, but got these brand new from a few different sources): ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 AMP Edition, ZT-P10600B-10M, 6GB GDDR5
All in all, including things I've bought previously and are still serviceable, this set me back about $1600
The goal was to have a rig I can not only expand, but one I will be able to swap out cards into / out of to upgrade without changing much else. Like any other miner I dont expect to strike it rich, but averaging a few hundred a month after power costs would be nice. I did some research and am thinking I can get my RoI in about 6 months. Before system is up and running I plan on researching more about pools (the guide here is great!) And picking some coins to go after other than Eth. I'd appreciate any other tips. Thanks for sticking around all!
So will it work? Or did I butcher it?
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1060 build on nicehash

So this week I am planning on building my first rig. I've built a few gaming systems for my self in the past and confident with a little help from you guys I'll knock his one out of the park...... Currently I'm mining with nice hash and enjoy coming home every day to see a little more Bitcoin waiting to be claimed in the future...... Not really interested in trading on the markets much happier on the hardware aspect of it..... After a little research and a budget around $2600 American this is the list I've put together....(only thing not on it is the ssd, I have a spare 120gb from a previous build as well as some vengeance 8gb ram)....
6x. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC 6G
Intel Celeron G1840 Processor
Leboo 6-Pack PCIE Riser VER 007 PCI Riser 6 PIN 1x to x16 Powered Riser Adapter Card
EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G3, 80 Plus Gold 1000W
ASRock H81 PRO BTC R2.0 LGA 1150
Electop 2 Pack 2 Pin SW PC Power Cable on/off Push Button ATX Computer Switch
P3 P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor
I plan on building a rack system on a plactic dipped wire shelving rack I have, which will allow me to face all GPUs / fan outwards for additional cooling. My current elect. Coats are on average .074 cents so that helps
As of right now my Amazon prime membership puts this at around 2200 leaving me between 400$ any advice or suggestions would be very appreciated, thank u again!
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20x GPU miners: Sapphire 60x R9 Fury 4G; 30x RX480 8G; 30x RX480 4G

Selling parts of my mining assets. 20 miners total, 6x GPUs per miner. All miners are enclosed in 4RU 19-inch server cases for telecom racks. - 10x miners with Sapphire RX 480 Nitro and Nitro+ GPUs, 30x 8Gb with Samsung RAM, 30x with 4Gb RAM (Hynix, Elpida, Samsung). GPU BIOS patched, undervolted, been mining Ethereum. - 10x miners with Sapphire R9 Fury 4Gb GPUs. GPU BIOS patched, undervolted, been mining zCash and XMR All miners are recently cleaned and air-blown though still have some dust.
20x 6xPCIE motherboards with Celeron G1840 CPU and 4G of RAM and 16Gb SSD drives: 14x Biostar TB85 mobos, Other 6 mobos are Asrock z97x KilleH81, MSI Gaming 5/G45. TB85 sets purchased from with Ethos licenses.
R9 rigs have 2 PSUs, both are 1000W ButterflyLabs ProMiner Gold 80 PSUs. RX480 rigs have 1x 1200W ButterflyLabs ProMiner Gold 80 PSU. Each miner is equipped with 3x 120mm 150cfm fans for cooling. R9 cases are better than RX480 boxes: can fit 2 PSUs. Also 4x R9 miner cases are from Greymatter, bought at $500 each. Assembly of all miners has been performed by my hosting provider: not perfect but functional.
Bonus: 1x APC 7998 network-enabled 12.5kW rack PDU.
Pick up from the Dalles, OR (85 miles from Portland, OR). Miners are still with my hosting service provider there, hence no timestamps on pics.
Selling everything for $20k. Cash preferred but other options will be considered. Parting out will be considered if no interest for complete set.
Pics of miners:
Ethos panel:
BitcoinTalk Link to Contact
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IBM 2880W PSU/Breakout Boards - *NEW* Package deals for T9/S9 & A7

Please see here for IBM 4K PSU packages:
Please see here for GPU rig powering packages with all adapters necessary to run rigs off these PSU's!
The "Get Me Going" Package
(Tell the wife her dryer now runs on 12V and has blinking lights and loud fans) Simply add a C19 cable. - 1x 2880W PSU - 1x Breakout board - 10x 24" PCIe cables
The "Double A (AntmineAvalon)" Package
Enough to power 2x Antminer S9's for as cheap as possible - 1x 2880W PSU - 1x Breakout board - 20x 24" PCIe cables - 1x C19 power cable of choice (see below for stock)
The "Royale With Cheese" Package
(Perfect to run 2x Antminer S9's, mixing and matching lengths for flexibility and value.) - 1x 2880W PSU - 1x Breakout board - 11x 24" PCIe cables - 11x 36" Deluxe PCIe cables - 1x C19 power cable of choice (see below for stock)
The "Pimp Daddy" Package (Add a 50A circuit and go big, with PDU included for clean, simple & safe install) - 3x 2880W PSU - 3x Breakout boards - 1x 40A 4-port PDU with breakers for each circuit - 30x 24" PCIe cables - 30x 36" Deluxe PCIe cables - 3x C19 power cables of choice (see below for stock)
Boards and cables ship from Canada, PSU's ship domestically in the US to save on shipping and any potential duty/taxes at the border.
Individual pricing Note: Bulk pricing is available, please contact me.
Board price - $65 each.
PSU (Refurbished) - IN STOCK. Includes ground shipping within the US.
I can supply PCI cables in two different configurations:
-36" Deluxe, high quality 16awg made in USA- $4.50 each (IN STOCK)
-24" standard 16 AWG cables - $2.50 each (IN STOCK)
C19 to C20 cable (14awg, 1.6M) - $12 each
C19 to NEMA 5-15P cable (14awg, 1.6M) - $12 each
C19 to NEMA 6-20P (12awg, 1.6M) - $12 each
40A continuous-rated PDU (requires 50A circuit): $120
24A continuous-rated PDU (requires 30A circuit): $60
60A 3-Phase Delta current-monitored PDU with remote access: $350
I have started to offer leasing packages for use in approved Data Centre/Co-locations. This can be beneficial for many reasons:
-Less upfront capital required, allowing more to be spent on additional mining hardware which can offset much or all of the cost of the lease
-Limits risk and cost of equipment failure, and associated down time due to failures
-Saves shipping costs for heavy PSU's to and from hosting location for duration of your contract
-No equipment depreciation
-Helps eliminate ownership problems associated with Group Buys, when more than 1 member shares purchase price of PSU to host together
-All maintenance, replacement, shipping, setup, and lost revenue from down-time due to PSU failure is my responsibility
Please contact me for details.
Shipping will be calculated individually, to make sure you are getting the best rate. All prices are in USD. I am willing to accept escrow through OGNasty, and can also do Paypal but buyer will be responsible for covering costs of either services (4% added to paypal, OG charges 1% for escrow).
Each package of PSU, breakout board & 10x PCI cables is approximately 16 lbs.
The BTC address for all non-escrow breakout board orders is here: 1GWQYCv22cAikgTgT1zFuAmsJ9fFqq9TXf I will not PM you asking for payments to any other address, so beware of F1nksy, Fink5y, or whatever scammy names might pop up.
Original Post:
Hi everyone,
I am the official North American distributor of Break-out boards for the IBM 2880W Bladecenter H PSU's, which are 80+ platinum rated (94%+ efficient) Edit: UN-VERIFIED AT THIS POINT and have provision for 22x PCI-E cables. Unlike other server boards, these don't rely on screw-down terminals and bare wires which can get loose and spark causing fire hazards, and limit the exposure of live contacts to surfaces above and below the PSU. Instead these use a double-sided PCI 6 pin cable, which only cost about $0.10 more than the standard PCI-6 to bare wire versions. Also, unlike the DPS-2000BB -which is the next largest server PSU available for miners- these have fans already built-in, so don't need extra work to set up up and deploy.
The PSU's themselves are available on e-bay and elsewhere (I sell them as well), and the boards will be priced at US $70 $65 each (better pricing for bulk purchase, volume structure will be the same as J4bberwock's). Each PSU can handle 2x Antminer S7's, 3x SP20's, 5 Antminer S5's, or 8 Antminer S3's. You won't find better value for power, and there are very few ATX-based PSU's that provide 80+ platinum efficiency (and none for under $200 for even 700-800 watts). Edit: UN-VERIFIED AT THIS POINT Lastly, unlike ATX-based PSU's, these can be run at (and I have found even over) their rated power, as they were designed that way for server use. They do, however, require 240V input. Also, running these over at over 90% load will give you slightly decreased efficiency, and could affect their reliability.
I have personally taken 3x SP20's to settings around 960 watts (at ports, not at wall) each for approximately 2 weeks, and the PSU drew 13.41 amps (@ 235 volts - 3150 watts @ wall). So at absolute full load (or possibly over), these will still hold over 90% efficiency. Very impressive, and I will be testing different fans to reduce sound for home mining (fans on these PSU's are slightly louder & higher pitched than SP20 fans). Sloopy informed me that he ran 11x Antminer S3's on a PSU for a while (over 3,300W DC!), but that is certainly not recommended, and will eventually cause the PSU to fail. It is simply a testament to how tough these PSU's truly are, and that spikes over their rated output shouldn't affect performance.
Here are some pictures:
Feel free to contact the developer of these boards if you have any concerns, he will verify that I am authorized to sell these.;u=206446
Here is the spec sheet with efficiency rating:
Thank you for your time,
J'observe qu'il y a plusieurs Québécois sur se forum. Mon Francais est au niveau primaire mais je peux communiquer sans probleme.
Me gusta mucho aprender español, y tengo un conocimiento muy básico (con traductores). Pruebame, si eres paciente
Here is my PGP key for anyone wishing to send their personal information encrypted:
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I will honour a 10-day return/exchange for PSU's or Boards that are DOA. However, these PSU's are used and although I try to briefly load test them all before sending them out, it is impossible to predict failures. As such, no warranty will be offered beyond what was previously mentioned. If you are looking for more peace of mind, please feel free to source PSU's yourself either new or used.
BitcoinTalk Link to Contact
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Can 16 PCIE 1x fit into one PCIE 16x?

I'm trying to build a bitcoin/altcoin mining rig (same concept as building a pc) but with 6 GPUs. With risers, I will end up converting each of the gpu's PCIE 16x to PCIE 1x so I will have six individual PCIE 1x representing the six gpus. The motherboard that supposedly supports 6 GPUs has the specs: 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (blue) 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode, black) 2 x PCIe 2.0 x1 2 x PCI
So now my question is, how can I fit the six PCIe 1x into those slots above? Can the PCIE x16 fit 16 PCIE x1? How does it work? Thanks
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Do you think this can work for a bitcoin Miner?

Hello, I like to test out Bitcoin Mining so i like to know can all of this work with GUIMiner , using two XFX Radeon RX 460 Double Dissipation 4GB , I have find out using AMD GPU's got more power and nvidia ones , And i need one PCI-E PCIE Express 1x to 16x two run more and just one GPU.
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[Troubleshooting] I have a super weird build with 2 GPU's, and I'm getting no video output from either. The commenter that fixes my problem will be gilded.

(I posted this question to /litecoinmining (and /dogemining), but only got one answer. Just to be sure I want a few more opinions before I go ahead)
I've bought an R9 270, and I have it set up inside a milk crate (litecoin miners know what I'm talking about). The milk crate is sitting next to my gaming computer (I bought a very, very long USB riser to attach the GPU), and I have plugged the gaming computer's PSU into both the powered riser and the new GPU's 6-pin slot. The R9 270 is meant to serve as a full-time bitcoin miner, and is drawing it's power from my gaming computer.
However, when I tried to turn on the computer (with both the 6850 and the R9 270 plugged in), almost everything would work fine. I have checked and made sure the CPU, graphics cards, and the hard drive are working fine. However, my monitors would get no input from both the 6850 and the motherboard's HDMI plug. (My motherboard is an Asrock H61M/U3S3)
I then unplugged the R9 270 + it's 1x to 16x riser, and both PSU cords. When I booted the computer back up, I miraculously started getting video input again.
One last thing: Whenever I run the PC while the R9 270 is plugged in, the PC shuts down as soon as I press the power button. Not sure if this is relevant at all, but just thought this could help anyone looking for a solution.
What I've done so far:
What should I do to restore video to my PC so that I can get the mining card set up?
My Gaming Computer's Partlist:
CPU: Intel Pentium G620 2.6GHz Dual-Core Processor
Motherboard: ASRock H61M/U3S3 Micro ATX LGA1155
Motherboard Memory: Corsair 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3-1333
Memory Storage: Seagate Barracuda 500GB 3.5" 7200RPM
Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 1GB Video Card (Plus the previously mentioned R9 270)
Case: NZXT Phantom 410 (Black/White) ATX Mid Tower Case
Power Supply: Antec Basiq Plus 550W 80+ Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply
TL;DR Installed a R9 270 into my gaming computer as a 24/7 bitcoin mining card. But when I plug it in, I don't get any video from neither my motherboard, the R9 270, nor my 6850. What do I do to restore video?
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I have discovered something new as far as litecoin mining goes...
The above link points to an eBay auction listing a 1x to 4-port -1x to 16x riser. Theoretically this could turn my one pcie port into 4 pcie ports.
I would then power up 4 video cards through 4 - 1x to 16x powered risers.
Im just curious as to how the bus is split into 4 and whether software will be a limitation to mining
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New Bitcoin Mining Rig Questions

I've been mining on my 6850 for a few months and I've decided that it's pathetic. I understand that "when ASICs arrive" it will change the entire mining ecosystem, but given the perpetual delays in shipping (at least from Butterfly Labs), I want to build my own GPU powered miner. I have about $4k USD to put into a system (or multiple systems if that's a better idea) and I'd like it to hit at least 3.5 Gigahash/s. So here's my questions:
1) To keep the machine viable as long as possible, it needs to be power efficient. The numbers I've seen on the new 7990 put it at about 1.2 Ghash for 375 watts of consumption ( and,3486.html) - 3.2 Mhash/watt. Would I see better efficiency numbers from a different card?
2) I understand that mining does not require the card to be in a full speed PCIe slot to get optimal hashing power. If I use a 7990, is the fact that it is a Dual-GPU card going to require more than a 1x PCIe slot? Or, more specifically, how much bandwidth does hashing require per Mhash/s? The answer to that question leads to the last question -
3) If I build a setup with a backplane for additional PCIe slots, how many slots could I realistically add before Windows 7 Ultimate x64 fails to recognize the devices or otherwise derps out? I'm not against setting up with a Linux based system, I just haven't seen appropriate drivers available on that platform. (Side note - do I NEED Catalyst drivers to run an OpenCL miner?)
Any advice or information on suggested builds would be appreciated, and I'll tip helpful people. Thanks!
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[WTS]Mining Rig | 1.5Mhash to 1.7Mhash | DC Area

I live in the DC area, looking to sell my mining rig. I'm interested in upgrading my equipment and I don't want this anymore. I've had this for about a month. The GPUs are still working great. One of the GPUs over heats easily but some thermal paste should do the trick (I haven't applied any yet).
It's currently averaging 1.5M to 1.7M. This can be bumped up another 100+ hash once thermal paste is applied to the 4th GPU. I like to keep my cards under 80C.
Currently uses BAMT 1.3 on a USB stick.
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PCIe powered riser cables with USB 3.0 - thoughts?

I've spent the last few days configuring a Litecoin rig, and I used PCIe 1x 16 powered risers. After finding out mine are too short, I looked and found a number of longer risers on eBay, except with USB 3.0. Do you think there is a downside to using the USB 3.0 cable rather than the typical extension cable? I'm thinking power (USB 3.0 is support to carry 1A @ 5V - I know these are powered but does it make a difference?) Thanks
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